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William Lauenroth into grass awn disease and the suspected connection to the increased use of Canada wild rye in conservation plantings.
Baghestani et al [2] reported that the effect of different densities of wild rye "Secale cereale L" on 1000- seed weight of wheat was not significant.
Wheatgrasses and wild rye also grow best at temperatures below 90[degrees]F (32[degrees]C), but also have significant drought tolerance.
"Oh, the last wild fling is over/ And a cold wind brings the dawn to rows of parking meters and the shadow of a blonde/ Who is standing by the wild rye in a pointless dream/ Sleeper, come and go with me" (from "Sleeper" by Greg Brown).
In order to understand the literal idea of the symbolic compost, we describe the scientific process and interpretation as the students explore it in a series of brief laboratory exercises devoted to the actual process of leaf litter decomposition and application of decomposition products to growing wild rye plants.
Rice is simpler to investigate because it has fewer genes than many of its wildland cousins, such as crested wheatgrass, wild rye, or Indian ricegrass.
On the sixth day as usual Johnson and I went to the timber, and while loading the wagons we noticed a huge smoke down the valley; but as the captain was almost daily engaged in burning the heavy crops of wild rye that covered the bottom, we thought but little of it.
One of the most prolific and deadly mean seeds, Canada wild rye, is typically found in the Midwest and western states, though a friend recently spotted it surrounding a Pennsylvania marsh.
Our veterinarian found a Canada wild rye awn working its way behind the dog's eyeball.
Diets consisted of concentrate mix, corn silage and Chinese wild rye and were balanced to similar concentrations of CP, NDF and ADF.
To temporarily secure a bare slope or one that's newly planted, sow seeds of wildflowers and a perennial grass, such as blue wild rye (Elymus glaucus), available for $6.90 per pound from Peaceful Valley Farm Supply (www.groworganic.com or 888/784-1722).
The predominant herbaceous vegetation in the area where rice rats were caught was Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense), bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon), Virginia wild rye (Elymus virginicus), and dallisgrass (Paspalum dilatatum), achieving heights of one and a half to two meters during summer.
The bottoms were covered with wild rye, clover, pea vines, wild flax, and meadow grass that was waist high on horseback.
You'll find low-growing grasses to serve as edging and ground covers (bulbous oat grass, sedges, fescue), towering grasses with strong silhouettes for accents and focal points (eulalia grass, yellow pampas grass), and midsize grasses to mass together or mix with flowering perennials in beds and borders (giant blue wild rye, blue oat grass, fountain grass).